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Theatre Nurses -Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Ireland

Ref.no: JO-1510-318700_336 Locations: Dublin City Centre
Salary: €30000 - 40000 Experience: No minimum required
Employment type: Permanent Employer: Kate Cowhig International Healthcare Recruitment
Consultant name: N/A Consultant e-mail: N/A

Job Description

Theatre Nurses -Temple Street Children’s Hospital

Permanent Full time Position – Dublin City Centre

Operating Theatre Nurses – Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Dublin

Permanent Full-time – Dublin City Centre

Newly Qualified and Experienced Operating Theatre Nurses required for Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Dublin – INTERVIEWS BEING HELD VIA SKYPE

KCR in affiliation with Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Dublin currently have opportunities for nurses to join the acute paediatric hospital which cares for approximately 150,000 children from across Ireland per year.

THE HOSPITAL

Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, originally founded in 1872, is located in Irelands Capital City, Dublin. The hospital is a national acute paediatric hospital. With a staff of 95 consultants and over 950 others (comprising of nursing, paramedical and support staff) it delivers outstanding care to the children & families requiring their care. Temple Street cares for over 150,000 children per year including 45,000 who attend the emergency department, making it one of the busiest in Europe.  

Temple Street Children’s Hospital is the national centre for:

  • Paediatric Neurology
  • Paediatric Renal, Dialysis & Kidney Transplants
  • Paediatric Orthopaedics
  • Neurosurgery & the removal of brain tumours (under the age of 6 years)
  • Paediatric ENT
  • Inherited Metabolic Disorders
  • Paediatric Plastic Surgery
  • Neonatal & Paediatric Surgery

Visit www.cuh.ie for more information.

 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR

  • Operating Theatre Nurses

BSc trained nurses with a minimum of 18 months experience in operating theatres.

 

THE LOCATION

Dublin, Ireland’s capital, is a vibrant, friendly city located on the east coast of Ireland. Few places in Europe can rival Dublin in the amount and quality of its cultural activities. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park, which contains Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture. For further information visit:  www.visitdublin.com

 

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY

  • Salary starting from €28,768 - €45,248 per annum (HSE scale, increases depending on level of experience) 
  • Up to €1,500 relocation expenses reimbursed*
  • Up to €495 NMBI registration costs reimbursed*
  • Support and advice with accommodation and relocation
  • Permanent, full time, pensionable contracts (HSE Pension scheme)
  • 24 days annual leave, plus 9 public holidays
  • 39 hours per week. Additional pay for shift differentials
  • Professional development and educational opportunities
  • Full support with nursing registration with the Irish Nursing Board, the NMBI

*Terms & conditions apply

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • RCN trained nurse with a minimum of 18 months acute hospital experience
  • Academic IELTS/OET for nurses applying from a country where English is not the first language.
  • Each candidate must have the ability to apply for NMBI registration
  • General trained nurses with paediatric experience may also be considered

 

INTERESTED?

Interviews being held via Skype on Friday, 14th December.

Full recruitment support from a dedicated KCR team member provided.

Please e-mail your CV to info@kcrjobs.com or call Niamh Hayes on +353 1 671 5557

 

 

Requirements:

No minimum required

Benefits include:

  • Pension
  • Permanent Health Insurance
  • Relocation package


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